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Chevy Volt completes 1776-mile Freedom Drive in just 3 days; EVs can't match that

2011 Chevrolet Volt – Click above for high-res image gallery

Webchat with Tony Posawatz and Felix Kramer, 3:30pm EST today

Readers of this site are probably quite familiar with the names of Felix Kramer and Tony Posawatz. Kramer is the founder of the California Cars Institute (CalCars) and major proponent of plug-in vehicles. Posawatz is the vehicle line director for the Chevrolet Volt and has been part of the team since almost day one. Both Kramer a

Catching up with Chevrolet's 1,200 mile pre-production Volt fleet drive

Chevy Volts on 1,200 mile drive - Click above for high-res image gallery

Catching up with Chevrolet's 1,200-mile pre-production Volt fleet drive

Chevy Volts on 1,200 mile drive - Click above for high-res image gallery

AutoblogGreen Q&A: Wade Bryant on the interior design of the Chevy Volt

Click on the image to go check out the gallery of high-res photos of the interior and exterior of the Volt concept

AutoBlogGreen Q&A: Bob Boniface, Chevy Volt exterior design

Click on the image to go to the gallery of high-res live shots of the Volt

Detroit Auto Show: Live Reveal of the Chevy Volt EV

GM product chief Robert Lutz unveils the Chevy Volt EV concept. Click on the image for a gallery of high-res shots including the interior

Detroit Auto Show: It's here. GM's plug-in hybrid is the Chevy Volt Concept

September 2008 Update: To see the production version of the Volt, click here.

Detroit Auto Show: General Motors' E-Flex platform

In conjunction with the Detroit Auto Show introduction of the Chevrolet Volt concept, General Motors is also unveiling an entirely new vehicle architecture that they've dubbed "E-Flex". As the name implies E-Flex is a platform for electrically driven vehicles. The key to this platform, though, is the inherent flexibility they've designed in. During the presentation of E-Flex Beth Lowery, GM Vice-President Energy and Environment talked about the future of energy supplies. GM sees diversity as one